Sandra Jullien* ‎– セクシー・ポエム/Sexy Poem

Victor World Group ‎– SWG-7252
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VIC-5911 Sandra Jullien* Sexy Poem(LP, Album) Galton VIC-5911 Israel Unknown Sell This Version
PCD-1530 Sandra Jullien* セクシー・ポエム/Sexy Poem(CD, Album, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-1530 Japan 1996 Sell This Version

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November 14, 2017

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September 18, 2017
Ah, how innocent the ‘adult’ films of the early 70s now seem when compared to the glut of currently available internet indecency. And the French-born Sandra Julien, at times Sandra Jullien but born in 1950 as Sandra Calaputti, featured in quite a few of them. Starting her career as a dancer cum part time model, Sandra debuted at the age of 20 in Le Frisson Des Vampires, or The Shiver Of The Vampires. Taking her name from her then-husband and film technician Pierre Julien, she made name for herself appearing in the adult classic I Am A Nymphomaniac followed by the rather contradictional but immortally titled I Am Frigid… Why? Both films turned out to be quite successful in Japan, where her pale skin and blonde hair were much appreciated. Sandra subsequently relocated to Japan where she appeared in several ‘pink violence’ films, which combined the adult bits with street fighting girls. Sandra’s acting career however, was brief and only lasted until the mid 70s when she left the scene due to the advent of hardcore pornography. She returned to modeling and appeared in a few horror-comedy flicks in the late 70s/early 80s under the name Sandra Barry. In the early 70s, quite a few pink violence actresses also cut records to cash in on their onscreen success. Sandra was no exception: her sole album, Sexy Poem recorded in 1971 for Victor records, features not only a juicy cover and salivating poster, but more importantly also fantastic music. Filled with gorgeous arrangements courtesy of famous Japanese arranger Araki Ichiro and stellar performances by the Victor orchestra, the album has a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ vibe and production that is not unlike a Serge Gainsbourg album. Sandra’s vocals, huffed and puffed in breathy French and Japanese, are as tempting as her physical appearance on the screen. When it comes to quality pink albums from Japan, Sexy Poem stands close to that other erotic and ultra-collectable masterpiece Koukotsu No Sekai by naughty pink violence girl Ike Reiko. Original Japanese copies of Sexy Poem, complete with poster, are virtually impossible to find. Luckily Galton records in Israel also released Sexy Poem, featuring a slightly different, but more prominent, nude shot of Julien on the cover. Expect to pay at least 100 pound for a decent copy of the Galton edition and four times as much for a Japanese original complete with all-important obi. Quite more than the price of entry for anyone of Sandra’s movies in the 70s.